Charing Cross Station
The Charing Cross railway station is located in London and is the station of the London Underground and the National Railways and the premier transportation hub of London. Most of the train services are provided by Southeastern Railway Company and Southern Railway Company (Southern).
The station is located near Trafalgar Square and Whitewall. It is close to the Embankment Pier and offers ferry services along the Thames.
- Service Desk
- subway station
- Taxi stand
- Accessible Channel
- Southeast Railway Company
Go to Jilin Ham Station (Gillingham, Kent), via Greenwich Station
To Dartford Station (Dartford, Kent), via Bakersleys Station
To Guisang Station (Gravesend, Kent), via Lewisham and Sidcup
To Oppington Station (Orpington, Bromley, London)
To Hastings Station (Hastings, East Sussex)
Go to Ashford International Station (Ashford International, Kent) via Oppenton Station
To Margate (Kent, Kent) / Ramsgate (Kent), via Tonbridge, from Ashford International Station, two lines, respectively Canterbury / Dover Priory
To Hayes (Bloocley, London)
- Southbound Railway Company
To Reigate (Surrie County), via Redhill Station
To Toubry Station (Tonbridge, Kent), via Redhill Station
To Chatham Station (Caterham, Surrey) for night trains
Charing Cross Street is located near Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square, leading to Charing Cross Station. Charing Cross Street is famous for "No. 84 Charing Cross Street". Although the bookstore No. 84 is no longer available, there are still many fans coming.
Charing Cross Station is ideally located close to all the sights in central London.
Many of London’s most popular attractions, including Covent Garden, Leicester Square, National Gallery, Piccadilly Circus and London Chinatown are all within a 10-minute walk.